Tiny and I teething necklaces for mums and bubs

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Once a week I find my new favourite-thing-ever and this week is no exception. This is the perfect baby gift (I know I say that a lot but hear me out) as it actually is something for the mum and baby to share. A seriously smart teething necklace from Tiny and I.

We all know that little babies don’t care about any of the fancy toys we buy for them, all they want is something to chew on. We also know that chunky jewellery is a mum’s greatest ally when it comes to trying to look funky, even in an outfit that consists of a maternity top, dirty hair and pants that aren’t done up.

At first look you would never guess that these beads were made of food-grade silicone, just like the teat of a bottle, but this is a necklace specifically designed for bub to chew on.

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Super trendy colours, all priced between $34 and $42, designed and assembled in Australia and free shipping; can these guys get any cooler? Oh yeah, they also have a grammatically correct brand name.

Make sure to check out their gorgeous prints while you’re there.

13 Comments

  1. Nice idea, but these necklaces are an Emily Green rip off. I’d be interested in an original product, these are a product of someone else’s creative thought process.

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  2. Thank you I just ordered one, My 10 month old is always trying to chew my necklace’s

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  3. Love these I have a very fidgety 6 month old and this keeps her interested longer than anything else

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  4. I can’t seem to access the website – anyone else having issues?

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  5. Natalie, I had no trouble loading their website!

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  6. Gumigem also do a great selection of silicone teething necklaces and they’ve just launched their Australian website.

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  7. These necklaces are a rip off of a local designer, Emily Green. The copycats behind this product should question their integrity every time they sell one. It’s shameful.

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  8. I agree wholeheartedly with Ana and Andrea, these necklaces are a shameless rip off of Emily Green’s work. I am shocked by how blatant this copy cat is.

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  9. Wow, harsh comments people. Emily Green’s are on a chain, and made with clay. Tiny and I are on a break-free cord and are silicone and intended for moms and babies. I love her take on mom jewelry and don’t consider it a copy at all. Can’t we just be positive and supportive of both of these women!

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  10. I must agree these are a rip off of Emily greens original necklace designs. It’s all well and good to use a different chain or a silicone product opposed to a polymer clay, but why couldn’t they have used a completely different design, they are exactly the same. It’s sad when someone is making money off someone else’s designs, I’m sure Emily would be feeling a little down about this , wouldn’t you?????

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  11. While these look like the lovely Emily Greene necklaces they are baby friendly.
    Two of my friends with babies now wear these instead of their Emily Greene because they can go in mouth if they accidently do.
    They love the Emily Greene I have them but have put them away for a while. I’m sure they will come out again when their little ones are bigger.
    There are no new ideas.
    I think it’s great that artists can gain inspiration from all sorts of places.

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  12. @Carolyn. To say there are no new ideas is a little silly. If that were true, we would not even have the internet or iphones for you to write these comments on. Ones unique creative process and artistry is completely that, their own and it should be respected, not copied for babies to suck on.

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  13. Perhaps this maker should credit Emily Green. It seems only fair. The maker should really use their own creativity to create a new look bead. The idea of kid friendly jewelry is great but this is plagiarism.

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